428 GLOSSY BY. DAS A, in architecture, a string-course. DEHEI, a threshhold ; also a strip of pavement between two piers of an arcade. DHAE, stature. DHERH, a Chamar. DHEYATX, a daughter's daughter. DHISG-DHINGI, force, violence. DHUMAS, (for Sanskrit dhumla\ smoke-coloured, dun, as a cow. DILA, in architecture, a panel. DOB&A, a long piece of cloth of doable width, used as a carpet. DOLA-PAT, the masonry pillars and stone cross-bar sap porting the pulley over a well worked by bullocks. DOLI HOKA, to go away. DOTHAES", early morning, sunrise. ELAK, a sieve. a title much affected by Jats and used simply as equivalent to their caste name. GAMI (for grdmyd) rustic, clownish, G-ARAI, the occupation of a grazier (for gwdrai). &LRIYA&A, or GA.BARA, a cart-track. GASUA, a brass drinking vessel. OAUCHH, the moustache. CTATTBUA, a name given to certain clans of Thakur descent, that are held in lower esteem than other branches of the same parent stock, in consequence of their lax views regarding marriage and other social institutions. G-HTAUj used by tlie Chaubes for ghL GOHSTJO, G-QHNJI, a father-in-law, mother-in-law. GOKH (for gavak&ka), a look-out ; a window on an tipper story with a projecting balcony. (JOLA, a bundle of leaves, fodder, &c., and specially of jkar-fieri. G-OHAHA, to escort pilgrims. 00NAWA, an escorter of pilgrims. Brahmans of this description are always going backwards and forwards between Mathura and Briada-ban. GOT (for gosMka, a cabtle~pen)t aa enclosure usually made by a thorn fence and used for stacking straw, fuel, &c.» or stalling cattle. CyUBLAHj a confederacy. GUNBJL, wicked. ©UTH-JAHA, to close la wrestHng, HABEATT, escessiv© greed. HAMBAI, yes.